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Equity and exclusion issues in cashless fare payment systems for public transportation

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Transportation Research Interdisciplinary Perspectives, Vol 15, Iss , Pp 100628- (2022)

Abstract:Many transit agencies in the United States plan to automate their fare collection and limit–or even eliminate–the use of cash fares, with the goals of expediting boarding, collecting data, and lowering costs. Yet about 10% of US adults lack a bank acco...

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Measuring what matters: A proposal for reframing how we evaluate and improve experience in healthcare

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Patient Experience Journal, Vol 9, Iss 1 (2022)

Abstract:The conversation on measuring experience has been a long and thoughtful one. It has reflected a dynamic tension between measures used as a lever for action in some health systems and as a mechanism to determine reimbursable dollars in others. Yet under...

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Post-Concussive Orthostatic Tachycardia is Distinct from Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome (POTS) in Children and Adolescents

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Child Neurology Open, Vol 9 (2022)

Abstract:Background: Orthostatic tachycardia (OT) affects some patients after concussion/mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI). In this study, we sought to identify the factors associated with increased risk for OT in patients with mTBI. Methods: We conducted a re...

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Micromobility, Macro Goals: Aligning scooter parking policy with broader city objectives

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Transportation Research Interdisciplinary Perspectives, Vol 12, Iss , Pp 100508- (2021)

Abstract:Dockless electric scooters challenge cities seeking to regulate them amidst broader goals such as universal access. Cities are particularly concerned with improper scooter parking, which can impede access by other travelers. Despite an important role t...

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Public Support for Transport Reform: Does it Matter if we ‘Reduce Driving’ or ‘Shift Trips’?

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Findings (2021)

Abstract:Does what the public says they want in terms of transport policy depend on how we ask? In other words, are transportation policy preferences subject to framing effects? We surveyed 600 adults in the United States and asked them two questions about the ...

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Can mobility on demand bridge the first-last mile transit gap? Equity implications of Los Angeles’ pilot program

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Transportation Research Interdisciplinary Perspectives, Vol 10, Iss , Pp 100396- (2021)

Abstract:Transit agencies and advocates see removing or bridging the first-last mile gap as an important way to increase transit ridership and reduce vehicle use. Some transit agencies see the advent of ride-hail services like Uber and Lyft as an opportunity fo...

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Can you park your scooter there? Why scooter riders mispark and what to do about it

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Findings (2021)

Abstract:Policymakers, the media, and the public often view e-scooters as sidewalk clutter. While research suggests that concerns about misparked scooters are overblown, understanding why travelers mispark could inform interventions to increase parking complian...

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Impeding access: The frequency and characteristics of improper scooter, bike, and car parking

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Transportation Research Interdisciplinary Perspectives, Vol 4, Iss , Pp - (2020)

Abstract:Many cities are grappling with how to regulate new shared mobility modes, including dockless e-scooters and bikes (i.e., “micromobility”). Transportation planners in these cities are particularly concerned about micromobility parking regulations, which...

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What Is Known About the Nutritional Intake of Women during Pregnancy Following Bariatric Surgery? A Scoping Review

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Nutrients, Vol 11, Iss 9, p 2116 (2019)

Abstract:Optimising the diet and weight of women prior to and during pregnancy is of paramount importance to both maternal and offspring health. In women who become pregnant after bariatric surgery, evidence suggests a better overall obstetric outcome in compar...

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Synergistic neighborhood relationships with travel behavior: An analysis of travel in 30,000 US neighborhoods

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Journal of Transport and Land Use, Vol 10, Iss 1 (2016)

Abstract:A now substantial body of literature finds that land use and urban form have a statistically significant, albeit relatively modest, effect on travel behavior. Some scholars have suggested that various built-environment characteristics influence travel ...

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